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Giant tree, utilized as a house at Wynstay, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. ca.1878-1900. v@e.

Giant tree, utilized as a house at Wynstay, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.

Little know history of Australia... bombing of Darwin pictures

NT News and Breaking Territory News Headlines Online including Latest Darwin News from Northern Territory, Australia and the World. Read more News from the Darwin including News Headlines and Breaking News Stories at NT News

Circular Quay Sydney c 1900. A shot of the old wool stores from the Tyrrell collection.

Wool Stores, Circular Quay by Powerhouse Museum Collection Wool Stores, Circular Quay by Powerhouse Museum Collection o.

Shattered wall of a house in the eastern suburbs after Japanese Shelling of Sydney 1942.Photo from Dictionary of Sydney.A♥W

Shattered wall of a house in the eastern suburbs after Japanese Shelling of Sydney 1942

Shearing board, Burrawang station. Burrawang began in 1836 as a squatters' run and by 1866 it covered more than 2000sq.km between Forbes and Condobolin in central-western NSW. The station became legendary for its record wool clip (5000 bales in 1884) and its enormous shearing shed, which employed more than 250 men. The station was the scene of a labour dispute during the depression of 1893.

Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history Shearing Board, Burrawang Station

Darwin's post office was in ruins after the bombing of the city, 19 February 1942.

Image Darwin's post office was in ruins after the bombing of the city, 19 February - Commonwealth Government Records about the Northern Territory

Melbourne, Sydney, Colonial, Nostalgia, Trains, Victoria, Train

Town of Sydney, 1836 [cartographic material] / New South Wales Dept. of Lands.

Town of Sydney, 1836 [cartographic material] / New South Wales Dept. of Lands.

Clunes,  Victoria.  The most authentic 19th Century Goldfield settlements in Australia.

The most authentic Century Goldfield settlements in Australia - Victorian Goldfields

A family group, with the adults wearing paperbark aprons. A. Svenson, Adelaide River, probably 1880s, South Australia

Old Photos of Australian Aborigines. Oral traditions of historical life in Aboriginal Australia communicated through stories and families

Flinders Lane,Melbourne in Victoria looking west in 1950.

Flinders Lane,Melbourne in Victoria looking west in 1950.

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